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Whatever happened to Clive Sinclair, father of the Cambridge Phenomenon, inventor extraordinaire?



A new book, Digerati Glitterati, reveals his secret passion to create the personal flying car.

26-04-2001

Tech stocks came under pressure yesterday (Wednesday) after fibre-optic component maker Bookham disappointed the City with its first-quarter results.

26-04-2001

A very small amount of your time can produce a large return.

26-04-2001

Synomics, a leading supplier of software solutions for pharmaceutical discovery, launched its latest innovative R&D product, Lead Explorer, at Drug Discovery Technology in Stuttgart this week.

26-04-2001

As the world's telecoms giants crumple around us, shedding jobs, share prices and profits, how will this affect Cambridge, hothouse for new technology in the sector?



It seems we are immune at the moment, but can we really remain so from what appears to be the 'foot-and-mouth' of the IT world, or

25-04-2001

Regional brewer Wolverhampton & Dudley saw shares suffer yesterday (Tuesday)after hopes of a takeover receded.

25-04-2001

A sprinkling of Mid-Anglia names appear in the latest Sunday Times Rich List, but perhaps not quite as many as might have been expected from the nation's high-tech hot spot.

25-04-2001

The Queen's bankers, Coutts, have swapped their frock coats for mortar boards and gowns.

25-04-2001

House prices in Cambridge have risen by nearly a third - pushing the average price of a house to 150,000 Euros.

25-04-2001

Pilgrim Beart, 35-year-old founder and CEO of activeRF, has been elected to the Board of the Cambridge Network.

24-04-2001

Medical charities have dumped HSBC bank because it chickened out under pressure from animals rights activists and abandoned Huntingdon Life Sciences.

24-04-2001

The FTSE-100 Index started off the week in sluggish fashion yesterday (Monday)with tech and telecom stocks once more leading the fallers board.

24-04-2001

Cambridge Network's Open Meeting on Monday evening was an inspiration for aspiring entrepreneurs.

24-04-2001

Scientists at Cambridge University have developed a test to detect Alzheimer's Disease at an early stage in just 10 minutes.

24-04-2001

A Bedfordshire company which has set up a 'Virtual Farmers Market' to allow consumers to buy direct from their local independent food producers has won a major accolade at one of the region's most prestigious business awards.

24-04-2001

Envisional, the UK-based Internet monitoring company, today warned that that the current craze for downloading musical ringtones to mobile phones has created massive intellectual property abuses that have the potential to cost the music industry as much as $1 million dollars per day.

23-04-2001

Oh my goodness! Last week was a truly remarkable week.

23-04-2001

K@talyst independant investors recently completed the 400,000 financing of Citycall a voice,video,& data conference provider.

23-04-2001

The gap between a good idea with commercial potential, and gaining serious venture capital investment to take it forward, is being successfully filled by a pioneering scheme developed by the Cambridge University Challenge Fund.

22-04-2001

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